Published in Clinical Oncology Week, March 3rd, 2008
"Moderate anterior displacements (<5 mm) of the prostate induce an anterior tilt, while a strong anterior displacement is accompanied by a more complex movement and can result in a backward tilt," wrote J. Bodaheggemann and colleagues, University of Heidelberg.
The researchers concluded: "Posterior movement resulted in a systematic backward tilt of about 1 degrees/mm."
Bodaheggemann and colleagues published their study in Radiotherapy and Oncology (Fiducial-based quantification of...
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